Growth Groups

Our Ministry Process is simple… Worship, Grow, Serve. Three simple words that help us to draw near to Christ and develop us into disciples. Worship is a time for us to corporately come together to investigate God, sing praises, read scripture, and learn from our pastor Scott. Grow is a time to come together in small groups to learn, discuss, and apply scripture to our daily lives while caring for others in our groups. Serve is a time for us to pour into the church and community through different avenues of service.


Our expectation is that all of our members are engaged in the Ministry Process at NRC, and all of our programming is designed to help you do that. All of our programming falls into 4 major times throughout the week: Sunday at 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., Wednesdays at 6 p.m. and alternative times throughout the week. Worship is only available on Sundays. Grow and Serve are available at all major programming times.  


If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask Nate Young or any of our church staff.


Below is a list of our current Growth Groups. You can click the title of the Group to sign up!

  • Leader: Rusty Livingston & Gary Harrelson

    Time: Sundays @ 9 a.m.

    Audience: Adults

    Who is God? How can we trust him? Where can you find answers to these questions? It’s all in a name! Meet Elohim, our powerful creator; Jehovah, the self-revealing one; Adonai, the owner of all; El Shaddai, the almighty sufficient one; and Immanuel, God with us; and gain a deeper understanding of God’s identity.

  • Leader: Butch Roshto

    Time: Sundays @ 9am

    Audience: Adults

    The most dangerous lies are the ones you never notice. They can twist your thinking in ways you’d never expect and can leave you with a life you never imagined. Your ability to recognize them can spell the difference between happiness and the loss of all you hold dear. Do you see them?

  • Leader: Celeste Wells

    Time: Sundays @ 9am

    Audience: Women of All Ages

    The prophet Daniel faced unbelievable pressures—to compromise his faith, to live in a hostile culture, and to confront temptations and threats. Today, believers face many of the same trials. This study examines how believers can develop integrity in our modern-day Babylon, and then explores prophecies from the time of Daniel through the second coming of Christ.

  • Leader: Brett & Morgan Blackburn

    Time: Sundays @ 10:30am

    Audience: Young Adults

    No one listened to Joshua when he gave the minority report about Canaan. Later, no one questioned him when he led his people in the conquest of their homeland. What happened to cause such a dramatic change?

  • Leader: Dane Cameron

    Time: Sundays @ 10:30am

    Audience: Adults

    This group will cover various practical and relevant topics throughout the semester. 

  • Leader: Nate & Carrie Young

    Time: Sundays @ 10:30am

    Audience: Adults

    The book of Acts chronicles the birth and growth of the early church. It tells the story of ordinary people who were pioneers for Christ, as they experienced His transforming power in their lives and communities. And while some miracles are unique to the early church, God’s power is still available to His people today The book of Acts chronicles the birth and growth of the early church. It tells the story of ordinary people who were pioneers for Christ, as they experienced His transforming power in their lives and communities. And while some miracles are unique to the early church, God’s power is still available to His people today.

  • Leader: Lori Reynolds & Jennifer Burdette

    Time: Wednesday @ 6 pm

    Audience: Women of all ages

    Genesis is a book of beginnings - the origin of the world, human history, families, sin, and the plan of redemption. Through it all, Genesis boldly declares that God is involved in every detail of human life.

  • Leader: Mackenzie Chichester

    Time: Wednesdays @ 6pm

    Audience: Women of all ages

    Too many of us walk through life feeling as if we don’t measure up. We think if we could only work harder or be better, we could be enough. The truth is, we will never be enough. Thankfully, we don’t have to be. We don’t have to prove anything because Jesus has already proven everything. 

  • Leader: Jon & Michelle Coker

    Time: Wednesdays @ 6pm

    Audience: Couples

    Marriage is great, but it’s not forever! Wait...what? It’s until death do us part; then comes eternal rewards or regrets depending on how we spent our lives. While we cannot allow lesser things to destroy our marriages, we also cannot allow marriage to distract us from greater things

  • Leader: Larry Tribble

    Time: Wednesdays @ 6pm

    Audience: Men

    Read and discuss a book summary from some top resources on Leadership, Business, Character, Family, and Faith.

  • Leader: Nick Chichester

    Time: Wednesdays @ 6pm

    Audience: Adults

    Debt is dumb! Cash is king! Normal is broke, why be normal? Take control of your life and finances. Live like no one else so you can give like no one else!

  • Leader: Jamin Carter

    Time: Wednesdays @ 6pm

    Audience: Adults

    No book of the Bible more clearly illuminates the path of the Christian life than the book of Romans.

  • Leader: Larry Tribble

    Time Sundays @ 5 pm

    Audience: Adults

    Audience: Adults The book of Acts chronicles the birth and growth of the early church. It tells the story of ordinary people who were pioneers for Christ, as they experienced His transforming power in their lives and communities. And while some miracles are unique to the early church, God’s power is still available to His people today

  • Leader: Matt Ledet

    Time: Mondays @ 6 p.m.

    Audience: Young Professionals

    We all want to achieve certain goals in our careers, relationships, and finances. But how do we pursue our dreams without getting lost in our desires? Based on Wiersbe’s Be Successful commentary, this 8-session exploration of 1 Samuel follows King David’s life to illustrate that true success is found through developing good character traits, conduct, and lifestyle.

  • Leader: Judy English

    Time/Location: Thursday @ 10 a.m. / English’s Home

    Audience: Women of all ages

    God longs to restore fractured relationships, broken souls, and divided churches—and He wants to use imperfect people to do it. In 2 Samuel, we see David facing a divided nation and his own sin. Yet God used David to restore the country, the throne, and his heart, showing that no personal or national situation is beyond God’s ability to bring wholeness.

  • Leader: Mike Morrow

    Time: Tuesday @ 6 p.m.

    Audience: Adults

    What do we do when the seas of culture become stormy? Sixty years after Jesus’ resurrection, the young Church feared it would founder in the rising waves: idol worship, false teachers, immorality, persecution, and more. In the midst of the storm, Jesus speaks through the pen of the apostle John, with urgent and practical words-words that remain full of application for us today.